Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them.
To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzed reviews to verify trustworthiness.
Just finished Olivia's story, the Hesson House. Another story I loved. Olivia inherits an old mansion from her great Aunt and turns it into a boutique hotel. Shortly after it opens. Olivia faces a disaster. Will she be able to solve/fix what the disaster has left behind? Once again the sisters are there for her. I love the connection between these sisters (friends). It is fantastic to see how close they have remained since they were little. Their friendship is truly remarkable and really adds to each book. The next book is the last one in the series. I am going to hate to see such an awesome series come to an end.
ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars
The Hesson House is book 6 in the Sisters of Edgartown series by Katie Winters, as we continue the story of the 5 remaining girls (aka Sisters).
Olivia is spreading herself to thin with the finishing touches before the grand opening of Hesson House, the problems that arise now that it’s open, going back to teaching high school, her daughter moving off the island for school and her relationship with Anthony…and wondering if she can have it all…
Dating, family, moving forward, frustrations, a hurricane, help from her “sisters” and finding true happiness is just some of what happens in this book! Can’t wait to see where Ms. Winters takes us in the next book!!
This is Olivia’s story, with lots of information about her daughter Chelsea. The dream has finally come true, and Olivia, and boyfriend Anthony have restored the historic Hesson House, Business is thriving and the inn is booked. Chelsea and her boyfriend Xavier are struggling to make a new life and make ends meet. A hurricane hits the island and the damage to Hesson House is devastating.
With repairs estimated to cost close to one million dollars, Olivia questions the future. Should her and Anthony rebuild, or move on?
Meanwhile will Chelsea’s relationship with her dad, is rocky, after he shows up on her porch in a drunken stupor.
Thank you to the author for an ARC. This review is my honest opinion.
Katie Winters continues the Sisters of Edgartown saga with a focus on Olivia and Anthony, who have restored The Hesson House and opened it as an elegant inn. Also prominent in the story are Olivia's daughter Chelsea, her boyfriend Xavier and Olivia's ex-husband, Tyler. Dreams can be destroyed for many reasons, but in this book, a terrible storm is the culprit. The wonderful thing about this series is that friends and relatives are a true lifeline. No matter how terrible the problem, things can improve. After reading Katie Winters' series, I actually feel like part of the family. The great thing about series is seeing the development of both characters and plot. this was a great story !
I loved this book - really enjoyed reading more of Olivia's story. it's even more about chelsea and her boyfriend/father triangle - but in the end it's about resilience and support of the family. Katie Winters writes beautifully and the characters are so well developed that you feel like you are part of their family. Read this book - you will not regret it.
Free ARC provided in exchange for an honest review